Public finance lawyer Pedro Miranda was recently appointed the managing partner of the Phoenix office of Squire Patton Boggs.
He succeeds Lew Clark who will continue to lead the office’s labor and employment practice.
“In the years that I have known Pedro, he has proven to be an exceptional lawyer and a leader,” says out-going managing partner Lew Clark. “His integrity, energy, commitment to clients and civic engagement make him a natural choice to carry the torch in the Phoenix market.”
In his practice, Miranda has served as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel on financings by governmental bodies in Arizona, Florida, Texas and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Miranda has worked on financings for highways, electric power facilities, water and sewer facilities, healthcare facilities, airports and sports facilities and 501(c)(3) universities.
“I look forward to working with the business and legal communities in Phoenix, harnessing the energy of the office and strive to be one step ahead of the challenges our clients may face … ”
Miranda earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida in 1999. He is admitted to practice in Arizona, Texas and Florida. He first made partner with the firm in 2008. Since he has established himself as a leader and a loyal member of the team.
“I am honored to succeed Lew, and thank him for his leadership. I look forward to working with the business and legal communities in Phoenix, harnessing the energy of the office and strive to be one step ahead of the challenges our clients may face,” says Miranda.
The Phoenix team of Squire Patton Boggs is excited to flourish under his leadership.